Increased Irish emigration to Britain during the 1940s supplied navvies, nurses, clerks, policemen and munition workers.
Therefore, it should be possible to develop a similar precision munition for rocket artillery.
The main line of its improvement should be a rational integration of munition factories and a reduction in their total number through conversion and restructuring.
And he took some munitions workers, some women who worked in munition plants in the United States.
We are testing an MLRS rocket in which we have replaced the rocket's individual submunitions with a single explosive munition and have matched it with a guidance system.
From 1914, he applied them to the war effort, helping to clear production bottlenecks in munition factories.
it never had the defence industry necessary to equip or munition its forces
The Japanese navy maximized these characteristics by developing thin-skinned shells, allowing a far greater percentage of the munition 's weight to be made of explosives, which produced a much greater bursting effect.